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Today's e-Reads Updated: Tech CEOs Tick Off Obama, And Hotels Rethink Free WiFi

October 25, 2011

Self-centered lobbying by top tech CEOs annoyed President Obama at a dinner in Silicon Valley earlier this year, according to a new biography of Steve Jobs. Jobs, meanwhile, didn't like Obama's excuses.

Another nugget from Jobs's biography has ignited speculation that the Apple co-founder's last gadget is a yet-to-be released TV, according to the Atlantic Wire.

And according to the book, Apple's top designer Jonathan Ive complained that Jobs' stole Ive's ideas, CNET reports.

Why iPads and other tablets are the end of free Internet at hotels, from the New York Times.

Sprint may be cool to the idea of new spectrum auctions, Network World reports.

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